📣 Community Call - October, 2021

FactSet + Adaptive Cards, v1.5 Release

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J.P. Roca

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The following topics are covered in this month’s community call: FactSet + Adaptive Cards (rendering Adaptive Cards in their products) Matt Pineau (FactSet) and Andrew Curtice (FactSet), v1.5 Release (shipped v1.5 of our schema! New features include: RTL support, Input.Text masking, ActionSet overflow, Tooltip for Actions, Table element, Static filtered choicesets and Action.isEnabled) - J.P. Roca (Microsoft) and finally Q&A – members of the Developer and PM teams fielded questions on a host of topics for the last 20 minutes on this call. This call was hosted by J.P. Roca (Microsoft) | @jpthepm. Recorded on October 14, 2021.

Watch the call here


  • FactSet + Adaptive Cards 🤝- Matt Pineau (FactSet) and Andrew Curtice (FactSet) – 00:29
  • v1.5 Release 📢 - J.P. Roca (Microsoft) | @jpthepm – 23:42
  • Q&A :white_question_mark: - with members of Microsoft Developer and PM teams – 26:58


FactSet + Adaptive Cards FactSet - a financial services company, utilizes and has extended Adaptive Cards in their Signals product to proactively deliver brief and atomic information to customers. Adaptive Cards are integrated through Power Automate into Microsoft Teams and Outlook. FactSet’s WorkStation product uses the Extensibility feature of Adaptive Cards in its Fusion UI renderer to deliver responsiveness across platforms with little code. Q&A throughout.

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Program Manager at Microsoft working on Adaptive Cards!